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What is Ukiyo-e Quote Banknote Collage Painting
It is a contemporary art that uses traditional banknotes, gold and silver foils from around the world with ukiyo-e motifs on large themes such as civilization, nation, history and capitalist society, using money → real banknotes as collage material.
Neo-pop art that adds decorativeness to Ukiyo-e, a Japanese pop art, using concept art and traditional Japanese craft techniques.
It is also characterized by its current affairs and satire that cut out the current international economy. At the core is a symbolic expression of the era when cash disappears and digital money turns. It is a conceptual painting that combines the symbolism of civilization theory, the reality of modern capitalism, the position of art history in Ukiyo-e, and critical satire and quoted paintings based on them.
The state guarantees the originality of the work in which the same bill number cannot exist in the title of the work.
By quoting the concept of Ukiyo-e, in which the same composition is used to create different colors of the printed version, the composition is common, but all are unique pieces by banknotes and colors. The screen collage of banknotes uses the method of AutomaticPainting, which can never make the same pattern.
Original picture explanation
"Kanagawa Okamiura" quoted is one of 46 views of Katsushika Hokusai's Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. One of the most famous Japanese art works known in the world.
His influence on Western art history, such as Japonism and the Impressionism, is significant. Even in contemporary art, Julian Opie has published works influenced by Ukiyo-e, and has an enormous influence even today.
The author regards this work as a masterpiece of the iconic image of Hokusai = Japanese nature religion. Modern religion is money compared to the Edo period. It also implies a historical layer of Japanese religion, as well as the era of cash disappearing with digital money. The economy is changing like a creature, sometimes at the mercy of human beings, and sometimes at giving energy.

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